Where do the Pac-12 profits rank?

June, 20, 2011
6/20/11
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Kristi Dosh -- the SportsBizzMiss -- has sifted through the numbers to find out the most profitable college sports programs for the 2009-2010 school year -- football and men's basketball -- and the Pac-12 does not do so well.

No Pac-12 team ranked in the top-25 in terms of profitability. Utah football, apparently, isn't among the 140 most profitable programs, and that includes teams operating at over a $2 million deficit.

The new, $2.7 billion TV deal can't arrive soon enough, eh?

Texas football is No. 1 with a profit of $68.8 million after $25.1 million in expenses.

The number next to the school is national ranking.

27. Washington
Total revenue: $33,919,639
Expenses: $19,207,560
Profit: $14,712,079

32. Colorado
Total revenue: $26,233,929
Expenses: $12,558,503
Profit: $13,675,426

37. Arizona State
Total revenue: $29,587,236
Expenses: $17,977,987
Profit: $11,609,249

39. Oregon
Total revenue: $29,505,906
Expenses: $18,071,012
Profit: $11,434,894

40. Arizona
Total revenue: $24,398,253
Expenses: $13,685,931
Profit: $10,712,322

48. USC
Total revenue: $29,080,117
Expenses: $20,820,468
Profit: $8,259,649

53. Oregon State
Total revenue: $19,056,237
Expenses: $11,981,026
Profit: $7,075,211

55. UCLA
Total revenue: $22,298,856
Expenses: $15,261,681
Profit: $7,037,175

66. California
Total revenue: $24,421,437
Expenses: $18,519,523
Profit: $5,901,914

82. Stanford
Total revenue: $21,309,949
Expenses: $17,236,945
Profit: $4,073,004

86. Washington State
Total revenue: $12,754,541
Expenses: $9,181,495
Profit: $3,573,046

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